Armed pro-Russian militiamen force UN envoy to cut Crimea trip short
United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process Robert Serry was blocked on March 5 in Crimea by armed men who made him leave the peninsula.
United Nations peace envoy Robert Serry had to cut short his visit to Crimea after a group of armed pro-Russian militiamen blocked him and threatened in his car in Simferopol, capital city of the peninsula on March 5.
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